January Wrap Up
This month was still a struggle to fall back into my usual routine. I didn’t read as much as I would have liked. I think I only got through about three books, one being Queen of Darkness which is about 900 pages long so I say that is still a good reading month.
I am actually much more pleased with the progress I have made writing than anything else. So all in all this month has been a pretty good start to the new year.
Books I read:
Archived – V.E. Schwab – I have been holding onto this book for a long time. I knew I wanted to read it but was slightly afraid of how it ended. In the end it was interesting and fun.
Unbound – V.E. Schwab – This was a great sequel. I think it really developed the characters. I liked the way it played with the past and explored mental health as well.
Queen of Air and Darkness – Cassandra Clare – This was a good end to this series. I think it wrapped up the stories well while also leaving room for another series. Though I do wonder when this series will truly end.
The Circle – Dave Eggers – Review
The Archived – Victoria Schwab – Review
New Year Book Tag
Good Omens – Neil Gaiman and Terry Prachett – Review
The Unbound – Victoria Schwab – Review
Down the TBR Hole #12
Most Anticipated 2019 Releases
Queen of Air and Darkness – Cassandra Clare- Review
ABC Challenge (D)
Movies and TV Shows Watched:
Bohemian Rhapsody – I saw this with my mom and aunts. I thought it was really interesting and learned about Freddie Mercury and Queen. I grew up listening to their music and was interesting to learn more about them.
Rent Live – I was worried about this production. I adore the original musical. I think this was decent for what it was. It was sad that they couldn’t perform it as planned but there were some good parts. I was a bit disappointed in other aspects.
I joined a local writing group last year and they offer writing classes. I couldn’t attend one until this month. For four weeks I have been taking a writing habit class. We write, share and it has been amazing. Loving the feedback, and the community feel. I missed that. I used to be part of a group that fell apart. This has sparked my writing habit again.
Also one of the other members of the class liked my story so much he asked to read it again. He also said it sparked something for his own writing which I found the ultimate compliment. This class has definitely done wonders for fixing my writing issues.
How was your January? What books stood out for you?